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Do they mean the same thing? If so, which sounds the most natural? Which one would you use?

“Now that I think about it”, I should’ve done that.
“Thinking about it now” I should’ve done that.
“In retrospect”, I should’ve done that.
“Looking back”, I should’ve done that.

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Do they mean the same thing? If so, which sounds the most natural? Which one would you use?

“Now that I think about it”, I should’ve done that.
“Thinking about it now” I should’ve done that.
“In retrospect”, I should’ve done that.
“Looking back”, I should’ve done that.
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